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Letter from the Dominion Secretary of the Women's War Service Auxiliary in Wellington, to Charlotte Warburton, Chairwoman of the Palmerston North District Branch, thanking her for conducting a meeting at Rongotea.

The Women's War Service Auxiliary was an organisation constituted by the New Zealand Government for the co-ordination of Women's organisations to assist in the national war effort and to promote war service for women.

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Womens War Service Auxiliary correspondence
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WOMEN’S WAR SERVICE AUXILIARY.

Phone: 45-255

The Women’s War Service Auxiliary is the
organization constituted by the Government
for the co-ordination of Women’s organiz-
ations to assist in the national war effort and
to promote war service for women.

Dominion Council.
Mrs. P. FRASER, President, Wellington.
Dr. AGNES BENNETT, Vice-President, Wellington
Mrs. NOEL ADAMS, Auckland.
Mrs. H. D. BENNETT, Wellington.
Mrs. KNOX GILMER, Wellington.
Mrs. C. MACKIE BEGG, Dunedin.
Mrs. M. J. BENTLEY, Wellington.
Mrs. H. ATMORE, Nelson.
Mrs. W. DEANS, Christchurch.
Miss A. KANE, Wellington.
Miss R. HERRICK, Napier.
Miss M. HOWARD, Christchurch.
Mrs. E. W. MOORE, Auckland.
Mrs. H. JOWETT, Wellington.
Mrs. E. HARRIS, Wellington.
Mrs. W. H. COCKER, Auckland.

87 The Terrace,
Wellington C.1.
10th September, 1941.

Miss Warburton,
Chairwoman,
District Committee of W.W.S.A.,
349 College Street,
PALMERSTON NORTH.

Dear Miss Warburton,
I am directed by the Executive to
write and thank you for the excellent work you did in
conducting the Meeting at Rongotea, and to confirm your
action in appointing 6 members to the Committee as there
were only 6 nominations received.

The Executive is very appreciative
of your going to Rongotea and addressing this Meeting. We
have since received Mr. Bond’s report of those elected to
the Committee.

Kind personal regards,

Yours truly,

M. Malempre

Dominion Secretary.

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